March 13, 2014

Via Techdirt:

Since the Senate spying scandal story came out last week, and then went into overdrive this week with Dianne Feinstein's public statement on the details, her counterpart in the House, Rep. Mike Rogers (a staunch defender of the intelligence community) had remained mostly quiet. He finally did an interview in which he actually admits that if the CIA broke the law, "that would be a pretty horrific situation and would destroy that legislative-CIA relationship." Relationship? Then there's this nugget, where he suggests that the CIA isn't out of control and Congressional oversight is working great...

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